Impaired DrivingDriving is a serious responsibility and drivers should always be wide awake, in control and focussed on the road. Alcohol, drugs and fatigue change the way people think, behave, and drive. This section has articles and information about the dangers of drinking or using drugs and driving, or driving while overly tired. It also offers tips on how to handle people who are about to drink and drive.
- Driver Fatigue (2008)
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Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) - Alcohol and Drug Use Among Drivers (2008) (PDF Format - 2.3 MB)
- National Survey of Crown Prosecutors and Defence Counsel on Impaired Driving (Updated July 2008) (PDF Format - 114 KB)
- Alcohol-Crash Problem in Canada: 2008 (PDF Format - 1.3 MB)
- Alcohol-Crash Problem in Canada: 2007 (PDF Format - 952 KB)
- Alcohol-Crash Problem in Canada: 2006 (PDF Format - 901 KB)
- Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) - Projects and Publications
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